Monday, December 23, 2013


This is how the Hasbro cockpit looks like, originally.

Without the pilot 

without the seat


Now, the best part, 3D prints!
First try, I made a mistake of not fixing the 3d file first before sending it to print. 

Second try, after fixing the .stl files by sending them to (it's free!)

Looks soo much better! And here's the full set.

The pilot seat

the front part thingie

Side wall panel

This is how it looks like, assembled.

And this is where it will be placed, note the difference in size compared to the original Hasbro size shown previously.

I don't know about you fellas, but I'm psyched as hell in this project, and I haven't had this excitement [outside of the bedroom] for a very long time! I'm gonna do the lights after this so stay tuned!

Monday, December 16, 2013


Hola fellas! I'm back, finally, starting on a another new (yes, new) Star Wars project! WEEEHOOOO!! This time it will be a conversion of the Hasbro Tie Interceptor to a proper museum quality (hopefully) replica. I got this tie interceptor from a dear friend of mine, Birudamai. (Thanks dude!)
Overall, Hasbro did quite a good job on the overall look. The size is just nice, the color is quite ok and the the scale is generally true to the 3 3/4 inch figure. Here's how it looks like straight from the box..

The main cockpit is attached together by 4 screws, 2 on each side. Looks easy enough to open, right? WRONG. The fucker is still stuck together even after you took out all the screws. It turns out that there's 6 internal pegs glued inside, so you basically have to force/pry the damn thing and break the pegs. I damaged the front sides a bit during the process..but I guess I can fix it later..Here's how it looks like after I raped it.

That's all for now..there's still a lot to do. Stay tuned..


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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Wouldn't really call myself a proper sculptor, an aspiring one, maybe. giving my best to be a pro. But I do custom toys and props, paint a lotta model kits, design buildings and interiors, and doodle some graphicworks for work & fun.